Antiquities & Artifacts Exhibits and Shows
Ancient Glass from the Richard Brockway Collection
This collection was exhibited at the Hallie Ford Museum of Art at Willamette University during the fall of 2007. Richard Brockway gave the opening night lecture to a sell-out audience. “Ancient Glass from the Richard Brockway Collection” also traveled to the wonderful Vero Beach Museum of Art in Florida where two large galleries were employed for the exhibit from October through December 2008, to much acclaim. Again Mr. Brockway gave the opening night reception lecture to more than 500 attendees.
Ancient Mosaics from the Richard Brockway Collection
This collection was a special loan exhibit from September 26th to December 23rd, 2009, on display at the Hallie Ford Museum of Art at Willamette University in Salem, Oregon. Richard Brockway is the founding principal of Ancient Art International. Lynette MacLeod enthusiastically joined him in Ancient Art International in 2007. (link)
Collecting Ancient Glass
Richard Brockway and Lynette MacLeod wrote the cover article on “Collecting Ancient Glass” for ANTIQUES & ART AROUND FLORIDA Fall 2009 – Winter 2010 edition.
A Short History Of The Mosaic or Everything You Never Knew You Wanted to Know
Lynette MacLeod also wrote an article on Mosaics called “A Short History Of The Mosaic or Everything You Never Knew You Wanted to Know” for ANTIQUES & ART AROUND FLORIDA Fall 2012 – Winter 2013 edition.
Collection Guide for the Mark and Janeth Sponenburgh Gallery
References to Richard Brockway’s collection and photographs of select pieces may be seen in the following link to the Collection Guide for the Mark and Janeth Sponenburgh Gallery, Hallie Ford Museum of Art.
Richard Brockway was featured in an extensive segment for HGTV called “At the Auction” (show #911). He has also been featured on TV in Chicago, New Haven, Ct., and Boston.
Some of our interesting pieces include two sets of spectacular large Ming Dynasty roof tiles, a rare Ancient Chinese lacquered wood Warring States Period Reclining Stag (see similar in Guimet Museum in Paris, France), Ancient Roman Mosaics, and an Ancient Roman Marble Sarcophagus corner with Putto.